New NASCAR Next-Gen arrives in 2016
Eutechnyx will no longer be NASCAR's exclusive video game licensee. As of January 1, 2015 DMi is now the exclusive video game and digital entertainment licensee going forward. The begs the question, who is DMi?
Microsoft says it is not yet permanent
Microsoft has announced that it is again running the Xbox One for $349 promotion that it had so much success with this holiday season. Doesn't that mean that Microsoft is cutting the price of the Xbox One to $349?
All you have to do is pre-order the PC version
Those who have been waiting for Grand Theft Auto 5 to finally get released on PC have a good reason to make sure that they pre-order. PC buyers of GTA 5 that pre-order the title by February 1st will get $1 million of in-game bonus cash, plus another $300,000 and a free game.
All part of trying to make things right
As part of making things right with those who purchased Halo: The Master Chief Collection, purchasers are getting one additional month of Xbox Live Gold for free as part of the making amends.
The Simpsons content pack to set you back $1.99
Did you happen to see that Simpsons episode where the family was turned into Minecraft avatars?
Last firmware update was in August of 2011
We had to do a few double takes to make sure that we were not missing something here, but believe it or not Sony has released a new firmware update for the PlayStation Portable (PSP). The last time that the PSP was new firmware it was way back in August of 2011. The new update is said to improve stability of the system software.
Naughty Dog says 30 fps was always the norm
Uncharted 4 developer Naughty Dog says in the latest issue of EDGE that they will not go for 60 fps if it impacts the player experience. Bruce Straley confirmed that the Uncharted Demo that was shown at the PlayStation Experience was locked at 30 fps, despite the ability to run above that.
No official start date for beta yet
While we still have no hard start date for the next Beta for Battlefield Hardline, we are starting to know more about what will be include in the next beta. The beta is coming on all five platforms, Xbox 360, Xbox One, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, and PC.
More ability to customize your home screen
Microsoft plans to start the next round of update to the Xbox One in February. The plans for the February pack of updates include a number of updates, but perhaps the biggest news is the addition of “tile transparency” which allows you to see more of your custom background.